Do you have a job opportunity for a high school student that you'd like us to post?
Please email Madeline Kokes, Career and Community Partnerships Coordinator.
PART TIME and SUMMER JOBS WHILE YOU'RE STILL IN HIGH SCHOOL
- The College and Career Center can help with resumé building, tips for interviewing, and mock interviews, and as always: read the Friday Bulletin where we regularly post local job listings and job seeking workshops.
- Follow our instagram @ghscollegeandcareercentral for local jobs that come our way. Check Stories Archive "JOBS".
- Don't see what you are looking for? Email Ms.Kokes to brainstorm additional avenues.
Know your rights and responsibilities and never meet someone for an interview in a private residence or other secluded spots. Doing your homework on a future employer before your interview not only makes you more prepared, it keeps you safe.
RESUME ACTION VERBS RESUME TEMPLATE RESUME ESSENTIALS
"One aspect of work remains remarkably unchanged: the importance of the traditional, single-page résumé created in a word processor." Read more in the New York Times.Portland Workforce Alliance, Video: Learn tips and tricks you can use during the entire process of landing a job. Christina Vingerud, a human resources professional in the hospitality industry, shares helpful advice for your job search, applications, resume and interviews. Get the inside scoop on what recruiters are looking for when they interview candidates! (About 22 minutes)
Youth@Work: More on your rights and responsibilities at work, from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Connect2Careers: Complete free Work Readiness Training and create a job seeker profile to find out about and apply for jobs for 16-24 year olds in the Portland metro area.
Job-Applications.com: Download printable job applications and watch short videos with employees from fast food, retail, restaurant, airline, grocery, pharmacy and hospitality industries talking about their work and giving advice on how to get jobs at their companies.
SnagAJob.com: Search for part-time and hourly jobs by zip code. Lots of ads, so watch where you click.
QFC and Fred Meyers: https://jobs.kroger.com/ Search by state!
Whole Foods: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/careers
Restaurants and Cafes
The best resource for food service jobs:
**When getting a food handler card, make sure it is approved in Oregon. There are a number of fake online courses saying they are approved in Oregon that are not, so be sure to get your card from an approved provider.**
Taco Bell: http://www.tacobell.com/careers/
Carl’s Jr: http://www.carlsjr.com/jobs/
Jack in the Box: http://www.jackinthebox.com/corporate/careers/why-jack/
Taco Time: http://www.tacotime.com/about/our_team.html
Darden Restaurants (Red Lobster, Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Seasons52,etc): http://www.darden.com/careers.asp
Baskin and Robbins: http://www.baskinrobbins.com/about/employment.aspx
Dairy Queen: http://www.dairyqueen.com/us-en/careers/
Jamba Juice: http://www.jambajuice.com/jobs_careers#/job_listings/
check out Summer paid gigs, internships, camps etc.
Portland Parks & Recreation (e.g., lifeguard, grounds and gardening, etc.):PP&R Job Board
Oaks Amusement Park www.oakspark.com/jobs.html
Soccer Referees www.oregonreferee.com
Indeed lists Camp counselor jobs which can also be found by going directly to the website of any camp you think you'd be a good fit for or attended in the past.
We've compiled a special SUMMER section on jobs, internships, and more right here.
And don't forget! Got a first job? Make your money work for you!